ZASADY USTALANIA KOSZTÓW PUBLIKACJI
(dotyczy tylko polskich autorów)
1000 znaków - 47 zł
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Monthly journal, devoted to the problems of veterinary medicine and applied biology, founded 1945 by the professors of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University Maria Curie-Sklodowska in Lublin, Poland. Supported by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Contents: reviews and original papers – with English summaries, professional problems, bibliography, chronicle.
AGRIS, Biological Abstracts, BIOSIS Preview, Chemical Abstracts, FISHLIT/Fisheries Review,Food Science and Technol. Abstr., Index Veterinarius, Index Copernicus, Master Journal List, Revue of Medical and Veterinary Mycology, Science Citation Index Expanded, SCOPUS, Veterinary Bulletin, Web of Science
The primary (reference) version of the journal is the printed version.
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Choosing the sex of the offspring in a commercial equine embryo transfer center
Nowadays, it is becoming popular for horse owners to demand to know in advance the sex of the future offspring of their mares. This is especially true for breeds in which a specific sex of the horse is desired. For example, in the polo breed, females are preferred over males, since female horses are thought to perform better than males, because of their ease of training and agility. This is true to such an extent that in Argentina (the country producing the largest number of embryos of this breed and the second country in overall embryo flushings) most of polo horses born from embryo transfer are females. There could also be other reasons for which a veterinarian may be asked to perform sex determination in a pregnant mare: curiosity, prior sales arrangements, or even the wish to test the skills of the veterinarian. The knowledge of fetal sex may be profitable for the owner, as the value of horses at sale is often determined by the sex of their offspring. Finally, the culling of broodmares is easier when fetal sex is known. Thus, as veterinarians, we should become familiar with the available techniques for choosing and/or diagnosing the sex of the future offspring of our clients’ mares. This paper focuses on reviewing different approaches for choosing and/or diagnosing the sex of the... [full text in English...]
Szulowski K., Iwaniak W., Złotnicka J., Szymajda M., Weiner M., Lipowski A., Jabłoński A.
Survey of the anti-Brucella antibody status determined by ELISA testing in wild boars in Poland
Porcine brucellosis is an infectious disease caused by Brucella suis biovar 1, 2, or 3. The main clinical feature of B. suis infection is reproductive failure characterized by abortion, stillbirth, and infertility in sows, and by testicular lesions, asymmetry of testicles, and infertility in boars. In Europe, the most common agent of brucellosis in pigs is B. suis biovar 2, and wildlife (wild boars and hares) constitutes a source of infection for domestic pigs. Several outbreaks of B. suis biovar 2 have been confirmed in porcine outdoor rearing systems, even on fenced premises, and the source of infection has been traced to contacts with wild boars. Transmission from wild boars to pigs is believed to occur through the venereal route, but other routes are also possible (11). What is characteristic of B. suis biovar 2 infection and what distinguishes it from infection caused by B. suis biovar 1 or 3, are miliary lesions, particularly ...[full text in English...]
Chen L., Yin Y.P., Wu C.C., Jiang S., Fan H.G., Lu D.Z.
Anesthesia with intraperitoneal tiletamine/zolazepam, xylazine, and tramadol in mice
Safe and reliable anesthesia of mice has long been a leading concern among biomedical researchers. Protocols with rapid recovery times can decrease the mortality associated with rodent anesthesia by minimizing hypothermia and hypoxia (1, 13). A wide variety of different injectable anaesthetic techniques have been described for use in the mice. In most instances injectable anaesthetics are administered by the intraperitoneal, subcutaneous, intravenous or intramuscular routes. The intraperitoneal injection of anaesthetic agents in mice is a simple and convenient method (2). Most injectable anesthetic protocols used in mice are based on the combination of dissociative drugs or opiates with α2 agonists and tranquilizers or sedatives (11). Tiletamine, a phencyclidine intravenous anesthetic which is always compounded with zolazepam, xylazine, medetomidine and acepromazine, and tiletamine-zolazepam mixture (Telazol®) is widely used in veterinary surgical practice (4,14), and one particular combination, tiletamine-zolazepam and xylazine (TZX), has been used in mice (2). With advances in alpha-2 agonist development...[full text in English...]
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine ULS
in Lublin in 2014
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine WULS
in Warsaw in 2014
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine ULS
in Wrocław in 2014
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine UWM
in Olsztyn in 2014
National Veterinary Research Institute
in Pulawy in 2014
Polish Society of Veterinary Sciences
Deptuła W., Tokarz-Deptuła B., Pisarski R.
Immunologia – fakty znane i nieznane
„Immunologia – fakty znane i nieznane”, pod redakcją prof. Wiesława Deptuły, dr hab. Beaty Tokarz-Deptuły oraz prof. Ryszarda Pisarskiego jest monografią unikalną. Powstała jako zbiór publikowanych na przestrzeni lat danych, zawsze w najwyższym ... [full text in Polish]
Loscher W., Ungemach F.R., Kroker R.
Pharmakotherapie bei Haus- und Nutztieren
Książka, wydana w języku niemieckim, jest zespołową pracą grupy farmakologów i farmaceutów, przygotowaną pod redakcją profesora Wolfganga Loschera, kierownika Instytutu Farmakologii, Toksykologii i Farmacji ówczesnej Wyższej Szkoły ... [full text in Polish]
Bolbecher G., Zurr D.
Ganzheitliche Verhaltenstherapie bei Hund und Katze
Książka wydana w języku niemieckim jest drugim, uaktualnionym wydaniem pozycji znanej od roku 2010. Jej celem jest ukazanie zbioru niekonwencjonalnych metod, które mogą być stosowane w...
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